Porsche 911 Turbo S Ties For 1st Place in the Robb Report USA 2017 Car of the Year

Over the last 15 years, eager car aficionados have awaited the annual Robb Report for their assessment of the best car of the year. For 2017 history has been made because the Report issued a tie for the first time. Along with the Lamborghini Huracán Spyder, the Robb Report also recognized the Porsche 911 Turbo S as their Car of the Year.

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Introducing the Bentley Bentayga Mulliner

The Bentley is associated with stately luxury, sophistication, and plenty of charm. The introduction of the Bentley Bentayga Mulliner offers fans of the Bentley another opportunity to explore the luxury that brand Bentley stands for. For people who see car journeys as an end in itself, this vehicle offers the most luxurious amenities, ranging from bottle coolers to pleasing exterior styling.

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The Manual is Back in the 2018 Porsche 911 GT3

In 2016, Porsche only offered the 911 GT3 with the PDK automatic seven-speed gearbox. The purists were not impressed, and Porsche listened. For 2018, the Manhattan Porsche 911 GT3 will have a six-speed manual gearbox as a no-cost option. This gearbox was taken from the venerable 911R and features shorter ratios for better acceleration in each gear, and shorter throws to optimize the feel.

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Creating a Bugatti Chrion

When it comes to a work of art like the Bugatti Chiron, there is no other way than to have an extensive, precise production system. One of the most anticipated hypercars of 2017, 12 of these powerful 1,500-horsepower Chiron are currently being assembled at Bugatti’s French headquarters in Molsheim. With 1,800 parts, the carmaker takes nine months from configuration to delivery to produce a Chiron. Out of the 500 total models that are to be produced, up to 70 are planned for this year.

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Porsche Unveils 2018 Panamera E-Hybrid Plug-In

New York 2018 Panamera E-Hybrid | Wilton Luxury Car Dealer

Last September at the Paris Auto Show, Porsche unveiled a performance luxury hybrid with its 2018 Panamera 4 E-Hybrid Plug-In. Porsche states that the goal with this plug-in is “sustainable mobility”. When you review the specs, we think most owners will forget it’s a plug-in hybrid until they plug it in for the night.

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